James Kennedy is 30!
The Vanderpump Rules star celebrated his milestone birthday with celebrations in Las Vegas, which he shared on his Instagram account. His Stories included a night out with friends, and in one video, Kennedy can be seen holding hands with a woman, who was seen in a handful of additional Instagram Stories throughout the night.
To mark the occasion, Kennedy uploaded photos and videos of himself at Caesars Palace on Monday night with a caption about looking ahead.
"Your boy is 30!!! And we're doing it big today, thankful for everyone in my life. Here's to the next chapter… @caesarspalace #ReadyToVegas #likeacaesar 🥳 ," he wrote. Kennedy also added: "Also want to say huge thank you to @pandoravt and my queen @lisavanderpump 💜."
In his Instagram Story, Kennedy shared a handful of videos featuring himself and a large group of friends partying. In addition, he mentioned those who couldn't be there to celebrate.
"I just want to take a minute and say thank you to everyone whose been sending me birthday wishes," he said. "Happy birthday to me! Big 3-0. I'm spending it with my best friends in Vegas. For all of my friends who aren't here, wish you were here. You know who you are."
Kennedy and his friends, including pal Jesse Montana who organized the getaway, marked the reality star's big birthday with a dinner at Fuhu at Resorts World.
James Kennedy / Instagram
Kennedy is recently single after he split from ex-fiancé Raquel Leviss in December. The costars revealed the end of their engagement in a joint statement on Instagram.
"After these 5 wonderful years we had together, we decided we have two different goals and made the decision to call off the engagement," their statement read, as posted on Leviss's Instagram. "We love each other very much, but we aren't in love anymore. We want nothing but the best for each other so please keep any thoughts positive. Sending Love."
Leviss recently expanded on the reasons for the split during a conversation on Scheana Shay's Scheananigans podcast.
"It was getting to the point where my family and him were not meshing well and the future of Thanksgivings and Christmases and holidays was looking like it was going to be either James or my family," she said. "Especially like if we had a baby, James would make my parents out as like the not-good grandparents and kind of put that in [our kids'] heads. Just foreseeing this future and what it was all coming down to and I was like, 'I don't want that.' "